Planned Water Outage

Trenton Municipal Utilities announces planned water outage and boil advisory

Trenton Municipal Utilities has announced a planned water outage and boil advisory for part of Trenton starting July 8 due to valve replacement. The area affected includes Monroe Street from East Ninth Street to East Eighth Street, East Eighth from Monroe to Haliburton Street, Haliburton from East Eighth to East Seventh Street, and East Seventh […]

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Audio: Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs on the paths of tornados during Thursday night storms

Grundy County Emergency Management Director Glen Briggs reports there appears to have been two different tornado paths in Grundy County during storms the night of June 24th. He says one started at the south edge of Tindall and went east for about a mile and a half. The other path started near 37th and Onyx […]

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Trenton Municipal Utilities to begin upgrading electric and water meters

Trenton Municipal Utilities is upgrading its electric and water meter reading infrastructure with new meter reading technology. Older water meters will be changed out to utilize the new advanced metering infrastructure throughout the summer and fall. Comptroller Rosetta Marsh says many of TMU’s water meters are more than 15 to 20 years old and usually, […]

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Agenda released for meeting of Trenton Municipal Utilities committee

The agenda has been released for a meeting on Tuesday evening of the committee that oversees Trenton Municipal Utilities. Besides department reports and the directors’ update, topics include discussion with Allstate consultants; a proposal from RS Electric; upcoming projects; and a review of the hot/cold weather rule as it applies to Trenton Municipal customers.  The […]

Trenton, Missouri

Trenton City Council presented reports on 17th Street Bridge, work at airport and water plant basins

Construction work is progressing on the new 17th Street Bridge in Trenton. City Administrator Ron Urton told the city council that the bridge deck (or flooring was poured on Monday night). The retaining wall at the west end is what Urton called about 75-percent complete. Work will then involve placing fill for the roadway at both […]

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Trenton Municipal Utilities to continue flushing of water system east of railroad tracks

Trenton Municipal Utilities will continue the flushing of the water distribution system through the first part of May. The entire area east of the railroad tracks will be flushed starting April 26th as a semi-annual water treatment process requirement. There may be some discolored water during flushing hours, which are weekdays from 7 o’clock in […]

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Trenton Municipal Utilities to begin flushing of water system

Trenton Municipal Utilities staff will begin flushing the water distribution system beginning Tuesday, April 20, 2021, and continuing for approximately two weeks.  The general area that will be flushed with be the entire area west of the railroad tracks.  This is a semi-annual requirement of the water treatment process. There may be some discolored water […]

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Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant to begin disinfecting water system on April 16

The Trenton Municipal Utilities Water Treatment Plant will begin using free chlorine, or a free chlorine conversion, in its water system on April 16th in an effort to improve water quality. This entails feeding free chlorine as the disinfectant leaving the water treatment plant instead of chloramines. It will occur for three to six weeks. […]

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Audio: TMU Director Ron Urton talks about the higher electric bills during cold weather in February and what residents can expect

One of the topics discussed Monday on KTTN’s Open Line was the use of Trentons’ diesel generators to help provide power to municipalities within the Missouri public energy pool that Trenton is a member of. The discussion also involved higher bills customers may be receiving due to their increased usage of electricity during the extremely […]

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Grundy County Commission approves entering into contract with NCRS for engineering

The Grundy County Commission approved March 23rd, on a vote of two to one, a motion involving the Natural Resources Conservation Service Streambank Stabilization near the Highway 6 Thompson River Bridge. Commissioner Don Sager and Presiding Commissioner Phillip Ray voted in favor of the motion, which involved entering into a contract with NRCS, with the […]

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Trenton City Council sets salaries and adopt budgets at Monday meeting

Without discussion, the Trenton City Council on Monday night adopted budgets for the city and Trenton Municipal Utilities for the year beginning May 1st. Members of the finance committee have met several times with city officials in recent weeks in developing the two budgets. Salaries have been established by city ordinance for the 2021-22 fiscal […]

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Trenton Municipal Utilities: Efforts to conserve energy are having an effect on lowering electric demand levels

Trenton City Administrator/Utility Director Ron Urton continues to ask residents to conserve energy on February 16th and 17th due to the extreme cold. He reports Trenton Municipal Utilities is running three generators at the north substation, but it is still having problems getting enough fuel to each individual unit. It was noted on February 15th […]